Month: March 2020
How Thinking Big Can Be the Difference Between the Life You Have and the Life You Want
This post was originally published on this siteStarting small isn’t a bad thing. You have to start somewhere, and small is often the most logical way. It’s also where I focused my attention when venturing into real estate. I’d look at two- to three-unit buildings (typically apartments) in an attempt to add properties to the portfolio — and that’s just what I did. Then, the realization hit: It takes the same amount of time to look at a two-unit place […]
Skimble’s Pro Workout of the Week: Medicine Ball Big 3
This post was originally published on this site This workout is comprised of 3 medicine ball exercises to target the upper body. Make sure you chose a medicine ball size that you can stay on the move with. This workout is intense, has minimal rest, and stays fast and furious. A good warm-up is recommended before starting. Do you have a fitness resolution? Make progress towards achieving your goals with Skimble’s top fitness apps and supportive community. If you’re new to […]
9 Tips to Keep Yourself and Your Team Motivated While Working From Home
This post was originally published on this siteThe entire world is now faced with the COVID-19 pandemic. Since this respiratory illness is highly contagious, especially in places with multitudes of people, more and more companies are now encouraging their staff to start working from home to mitigate the spread of the highly contagious disease. For some, doing online work from home can be a breeze but to others, it would be a totally new experience and may find it a […]
The 4 P’s Needed For Entrepreneurial Success
This post was originally published on this siteEntrepreneurship is challenging and more complicated than many realize. It is highly glamorized, and you can become an “entrepreneur” by simply filling out your social accounts. The choice to be an entrepreneur and achieve whatever level of success you envision will, without a doubt, come with its set of challenges. Fortunately, regardless of status, zip codes, connections, you have the opportunity to succeed! Even with the amount of Youtube videos, eBooks, and blog […]
Shortages Looming for Respirators, Masks, Gowns
This post was originally published on this site Only about 12% of facilities have been able to get supplemental PPE from federal resources, compared with 25% that have drawn from local donations and 17% from do-it-yourself efforts to cobble together masks and gowns, results show. State and local governments have supplied PPE to 29% of facilities surveyed.
How Three Countries Have Kept COVID-19 In Check
This post was originally published on this site Although the United States missed its chance to head off a COVID-19 epidemic, and is well on its way to becoming the pandemic’s new epicenter, these lessons drawn from other countries could still be used to help manage infections in the months and years ahead, Adalja and Kullar said.